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k0nfig Shares His Latest Health Condition After The Surgery



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Kristian Wienecke, known as “k0nfig,” is a 24-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Complexity Gaming for over one and a half years. Previously, he was playing for Optic Gaming.

Even though k0nfig and Complexity Gaming had a great start after Jason Lake first built the Juggernuts, the online era hold them back to perform. Once they gathered themselves to grind to the top, a roster change happened, unfortunately.

First, Valentin “poizon” Vasilev was benched due to medical problems last year, and they played with a stand-in. Then, Owen “oBo” Schlatter left the roster and the organization played with a stand-in once again.

Afterward, Complexity Gaming singed Justin “jks” Savage in late 2020. Once they think they would perform as a team, the organization benched Will “RUSH” Wierzba and added Patrick “es3tag” Hansen into the roster.

Complexity Gaming hoped that this would be the last change they made this year so they could grind to the top yet again. While they are working on their way in the practice rooms and scrims, the sad news hit the community.

The organization announced that Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke is going to be inactive for a while due to health problems, and the Danish player later announced that he broke his wrist after falling down in the airport in Serbia.

About two weeks ago, k0nfig went under surgery and revealed that everything went well. Since then, he had been sharing his experience about his recovery. Yesterday, the player finally shared the picture of his hand and unveiled his current health status.

According to k0nfig, the doctors told him that everything looks good and his hand heals properly right now. Also, he mentioned that the pins will get out on September 15, and they will check out the mobility afterward.

k0nfig about his current health status:

“They told me that it looks good and heals properly. Last check where pins get out is 15th september, that’s where they’ll check mobility aswell.”

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